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14 October marks the 10th anniversary of East Tallinn Central Hospital Department of Neonatology. The Department of Neonatology was established under the maternity hospital of the Women’s Clinic to assist newborn children who are born prematurely or experience complications during birth.
From 18 October, COVID-19 tests will be performed at East Tallinn Central Hospital for all patients admitted for pre-scheduled hospital treatment. Testing includes all hospitalised inpatients as well as outpatient surgery and day care patients. Patients coming for a regular outpatient visit will not be tested.
According to a survey conducted by research company Saar Poll, East Tallinn Central Hospital is the No. 1 hospital choice for women in Tallinn and Harju county. The aim of the survey was to get feedback on women’s clinics, maternity hospitals and medical institutions carrying out cancer screenings.
Promoted by the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund, the webinar 'Career Stop. Medical workers as the heroes of our time' will take place on 23 September from 16:30-18:00 with a focus on medicine. Liisa Vipp, general surgeon at East Tallinn Central Hospital, will talk to young people looking to make career choices about work in the hospital and the associated daily challenges and achievements.